Three students from the Daniel J. Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering have been honored at the recent Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) Annual Meeting in Indianapolis in October 2022.
Ph.D. student Caroline Johnston was also awarded the Doctoral Student Colloquium Award. These awards provide financial support to graduate students to attend the INFORMS Doctoral Colloquium at the Annual Meeting and the Early Career Professionals’ Network at the INFORMS Business Analytics conference.
Weizhi Lin was announced as the winner of the QSR Student Poster Competition out of a total of 23 posters. The title of the poster was “Patch-Based Functional Deviation Characterization and Prediction for Complex Freeform Manifolds in Additive Manufacturing.” Lin is supervised by Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering and Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Qiang Huang.
Meanwhile, Peijing Liu and her advisor Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering Andrés Gómez were runners-up in the INFORMS Computing Society Student Paper Prize Award for the paper “A graph-based decomposition method for convex quadratic optimization with indicators.”
The Daniel J. Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering congratulates Johnston, Lin and Liu on their achievements.